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AW: how does one tell the cursor to stay put when vertical scroll ing? ;)

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  • Naumann, Michael
    You can also change your habbit and try to use and for completion. Enter the first few characters of the variable name and press one of the above
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 10, 2001
      You can also change your habbit and try to use <C-N> and <C-P>
      for completion.

      Enter the first few characters of the variable name and press
      one of the above keys.

      HTH, Michael

      > -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
      > Von: gary@... [mailto:gary@...]
      > Gesendet: Freitag, 10. August 2001 00:34
      > An: rene@...; vim@...
      > Betreff: Re: how does one tell the cursor to stay put when vertical
      > scrolling? ;)
      >
      >
      > Unless I'm missing something, I think you simply want Ctrl-E
      > and/or Ctrl-Y.
      >
      > Or perhaps 'zt' (put the cursor's line at the top), 'zz' (put
      > the cursor's line
      > in the middle), or 'zb' (put the cursor's line at the bottom).
      >
      > -gary
      >
      > / FROM: rene@... <rene@...>, Aug 6 1:14 2001
      > | ABOUT: how does one tell the cursor to stay put when
      > vertical scrolling? ;)
      > |
      > | I've been wondering about this for quite a while, as a
      > programmer when I need to
      > | insert some text somewhere it might be a variable name that
      > I have to look up
      > | higher in the same file... But I'd really be able to have
      > the cursor stay put
      > | there, and at the same time use the mouse to grab (pref. by
      > double click) the
      > | variable name off the view I have just verti-browsed to.
      > |
      > | What clues do I need for this one, please? ;)
      > |
      > \ END: rene@...
      >
      >
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